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CPU gadgets

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CPU gadgets are used to monitor the processor load of your network devices.

  1. Click Gadgets > Monitoring > CPU and Memory, and then drag a CPU gadget to a tab.
  2. Click File:Success_Center/New_Articles/ETS-MindTouchForReuse/040/030/030/03000007.png > Gadget settings.
  3. To monitor devices that:
    • have been added to the Workspace Studio: select the devices, and then click Next.
    • have not been added to the Workspace Studio: complete the following:

    If the list does not display the CPUs, click Rediscover CPUs.

    1. Enter the IP address or host name of a device.
    2. Select the device credentials used to collect SNMP data for the device, or click Discover a Credential. For more information, see Add device credentials.
    3. Click Next.
  4. Modify the thresholds for the CPUs selected.
  5. If you are creating a gauge, click Next, and then select the gauge style to display.
  6. Click Finish.
 
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